Dan Bryant's Waltz
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DAN BRYANT'S WALTZ. American, Waltz. A Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. This banjo waltz is name for blackface minstrel Dan Bryant  (1833-1875), who, with his brothers Neil and Jerry, formed the famous Bryant's Minstrels, one of the most famous and long-lived of the minstrel troupes formed before the Civil War. Dan Bryant sang and played the banjo.
Source for notated version:
Printed sources: Buckely (Buckley's New Banjo Method), 1860; p. 37.